Columbian had all four of it's scoring members finish lower than Sandusky's top golfer in a 174-191 victory at Seneca Hills.
The Tornadoes (3-6) were led by Bryce Creamer's 40, while T.J. Wickham (44), Katie Bogner (45) and Jack Burkes (45) contributed. Mason McCool (51) and Tyler Schwartz (51) also participated.
Sandusky (0-8) registered 47s from Kyle Dickman, Keith Finely and Davin Jacobs.
New Riegel tops Calvert, St. Wendelin
Three New Riegel golfers shot 41 or better, enough to offset Calvert and medalist Jeremy Hanna's 35 in a tri-match that also included St. Wendelin.
Behind Brady Hall's 38, Andrew Hohman's 40 and Brandyn Reinhart's 41, the Blue Jackets registered a 165, six shots better than the Senecas.
St. Wendelin, behind a 41 from Peter Campbell and a 42 from Kieran Campbell, recorded a 180.
Calvert's Johnny Hays shot a 44, while teammate Matt Huffmon shot a 45.
Burns paces St. Joe win
FREMONT - Aaron Burns fired a 41, leading all scorers and lifting the Streaks to a 189-194 victory at Fremont Country Club.
Adam Swint shot a 45 for St. Joe.
The Stockaders (6-8) were led by Matt Hill, who shot a 45, and Adam Alexander, who shot a 47.
3 shoot in 30s for H-L
CAREY - Hopewell-Loudon's Bryce Gorrell, Aric Creeger and Jarid Gelinas all shot in the 30s, pushing the Chieftains to a 158 and a victory over Carey (169) and Lakota (176) at Bob's Countryside Monday.
Gorrell was the medalist with a 36, two shots ahead of Creeger and three shots better than Gelinas. The Blue Devils were led by Corbin Blair and Lincoln Stansberry, who each shot a 40, while Lakota's Makayla Dull paced her squad, also with a 40.
Rams past Bucks
NEW WASHINGTON - Upper Sandusky's Daniel Newell notched a 34 Monday at Cranberry Hills, one of three Rams to shoot in the 30s and help beat Buckeye Central, 152-166.
Alec Oney and Stuart Young each shot a 38 for Upper Sandusky, while teammate Trent Howard fired a 42.
The Rams improved to 9-1 in the North Central Conference.
Buckeye Central (4-6, 3-6) was led by Adam McGinnis, who shot a 37, three shots better than teammate Eric Heydinger.